MJFF 2021 Conference: Everything about Michael J. Fox Foundation Parkinson’s Disease Therapeutics Conference

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MJFF 2021 Conference: The Michael J. Fox. Foundation (MJFF) has held a Parkinson’s Therapeutics Conference annually every fall, starting from 2009. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year in 2020, was the first time they did not hold a conference. As the pandemic continues to be prevalent, for the concern of public safety, the MJFF has announced they will not hold an in-person conference this fall. 

What is Michael J. Fox. Foundation (MJFF) Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Therapeutics Conference?

The annual PD conference was the only conference in the world that focused solely on PD research and drug development. Traditionally, over 300 researchers, business development professionals, and members of academia and the biotech industry attend. The focus of the conference is to present the exciting and novel research being funded by the foundation and the progress being made to develop a cure for Parkinson’s disease.

The event is a platform that not only provides the opportunity to highlight current research, but also to connect members of the community and encourage collaboration. In lieu of a conference this year, the MJFF has been holding virtual webinars covering a variety of topics, including both patient and research focused events. 

MJFF 2021 Conference Schedule:

MJFF 2021 Conference Schedule Day 1 November 9 2021

MJFF 2021 Conference Schedule day 2 November 10 2021

When are Parkinson’s Disease webinars of Michael J. Fox. Foundation (MJFF) happening in 2021?

On November 9th and 10th of this year MJFF will be holding two free webinars focused on PD. The first webinar being held on the 9th will cover how the advent of new technologies such as AI, are speeding up the target selection and drug development process. The second webinar will focus on the programs that the MJFF currently funds.

In the last two years along, the foundation has spent over $260M on funding for research programs. At the webinar foundation and company leaders will provide an update on the exciting progress being made on developing a treatment. 

You can sign up to register for both webinars here.

 


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